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Poster: Phlesh Wound Date: Nov 7, 2013 10:02am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The 1984 Project - A question based on an observation....

There are a couple of these with Sugar Magnolia/Sunshine Daydream in 1991. On back to back shows 91-04-27/28 and about a week apart in honor of Bill Graham with the Sugar Mags on 91-10-27 and SSDD on 91-11-03.

There are more examples with PITB but they're trickier to find because setlists don't always make the point of indicating when a PITB is just the Reprise but here's an incomplete list:
85-11-04/05
89-07-02/04
90-09-19/20
90-12-08/09
91-03-31/04-01
91-06-09/11

Quasi-related is the Uncle John's Band from 79-12-26 (Dick's Picks 5). One of my all time favorite versions with a beautiful opening solo from Jerry that just twirls. They don't wrap that one up until the unique Shakedown Street>UJB Reprise encore.

https://archive.org/details/gd1979-12-26.sonyECM250.walker-scotton.miller.89187.sbeok.flac16

This post was modified by Phlesh Wound on 2013-11-07 18:02:09

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Poster: William Tell Date: Nov 6, 2013 11:44am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The 1984 Project - A question based on an observation....

Hey PW, just to prove I still think about the DEAD now and again, and because you mentioned a "fav" UJB, let me suggest that you find the encore UJB from 10-4-70, which should be "here", and is also on the "expanded" release of Workingman's DEAD (ie, the CD w additional tracks and such, at least the one in my Golden Road "big box" doohickey). They added it to that one as an all time great live version, though they credit the date "wrong" (LiA & I discussed this some long, long time past...think we have confirmed that is true, blah, blah, blah).

Point being, if you love inspired UJB's, you will absolutely love this one, and if you love "more Phil, more bass", it will be doubly so.

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Poster: Phlesh Wound Date: Nov 7, 2013 10:04am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The 1984 Project - A question based on an observation....

Great rec WT. Don't know that I'd heard that one before. Really enjoyed the contrast of Jerry's very beautiful, almost languid solo and the intense urgency of the drums. And you're right about Phil too. Right up there with the one I previously mentioned and 74-09-18's show opener.

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Poster: William Tell Date: Nov 7, 2013 11:38am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: The 1984 Project - A question based on an observation....

So cool to hear you enjoyed it; it really is a gem--was released (hmm?), er, sold as part of "Mammary Productions" in the Bay Area for yrs (1 LP bootleg) on the strength of that song, GLovin, and a nice CCS/IKYR...plus, the famed wah-wah SugMag, my all time fav due to that alone...finally, the vocals on a number of tunes, esp an odd TTMComes and BDPalace (not on the record, but here if I recall) are really something special...the studio practice pays off, even when Jerry is so low in the mix as to be almost an echo alone....